Electromagnetic Scattering by Arbitrary Shaped Three-Dimensional Homogeneous Lossy Dielectric Objects

  title={Electromagnetic Scattering by Arbitrary Shaped Three-Dimensional Homogeneous Lossy Dielectric Objects},
    The recent development and extension of the method of moments technique for analyzing electromagnetic scattering by arbitrary shaped three-dimensional homogeneous lossy dielectric objects is presented based on the combined field integral equations. The surfaces of the homogeneous three-dimensional arbitrary geometrical shapes are mod-eled using surface triangular patches, similar to the case of arbitrary shaped conducting objects. Further, the development and extensions required to treat… CONTINUE READING
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